Best Harajuku Fashion Walking Tour
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
Explore Takeshita and its side streets, which are lined with fashion boutiques, used-clothing stores and up-and-coming designers. Browse the aisles of one of the largest 100 yen shops (dollar stores) for a bargain. See the local teenagers engage in cosplay (costume play) where they dress up to resemble anime (Japanese cartoon) characters, celebrities or their own styles.
After a clash of color and riot of fashion, wander down to the posh end of town to Omotesando Hills shopping mall. Here you can browse the high-end fashion stores featuring the designer brand names of Louis Vuitton and Prada to name but a few.
Visit Kiddy Land, a famous toy store that has stood on Omotesando for decades, although these days it is known more for its Hollywood celebrity clients, before continuing to Jingu Crossing which houses the more affordable brands of H&M and Forever 21.
Your tour ends at Harajuku Station where you can take the train back to Keio Plaza Hotel.
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Harajuku Fashion Walking Tour
- Local guide
- Train ticket from Shinjuku to Harajuku
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
- This tour is a walking tour. Please wear comfortable shoes when participating in this tour. You will walk approximately 1.5 miles (2.5 km)
- Public transport (subway) will be used to and from Harajuku
Reviewed by: dft, May 2015
I am giving this tour a high recommendation more for the quality of the guide than for the tour itself--we had a sharp, young male guide who was very well informed. However, much of this tour is just walking past the stores in the Harajuku area, so there wasn't much for him to inform us about. The part of the tour we enjoyed more than Harajuku was the Otosando area, with its swanky stores and great people watching.
Reviewed by: Blondell F, June 2014
My daughter loved it.